Blog

Lease Agreements

There is nothing better than having a new car to drive around. People love all the new features that are constantly being included in vehicles and let's not even mention that brand new smell you experience when you get into a new vehicle! 

read more
Categories:

Planning an Exciting Road Trip? A Few Pointers That You Should Consider

The excitement has probably started kicking in, and you feel ready to wake up and go on your fantastic road trip. However, there are a few necessary things that could make you oh so perfectly planned road trip less perfect if you failed to double check. The last thing you want is to get halfway through your trip, and then your car breaks downs. Do not ignore the quick mechanical check over for your car before the road trip.

You may want to take preventative measures to ensure smooth riding like checking your oil levels and changing the oil if…

read more
Categories:

Seasonal Car Maintenance is Key to Safe and Comfortable Fall and Winter Driving


There are some things that are synonymous with the changing of the seasons. The coloring of the leaves, the crispness of the air, the adjustment to daylight savings time are all part of the annual progression to fall and winter. One thing that you may not think of as the seasons change, however, is perhaps one of the most important things you need to do as a driver, seasonal vehicle maintenance. Seasonal Car Maintenance is a general...
read more
Categories:

What The Check Engine Light Is Warning You About


You are driving along and you notice the Check Engine light is on. What happened? What went wrong? How much is this going to cost you?

The single, most common cause for the Check Engine warning light coming on is also the easiest -- the gas cap, with its gasket seal, keeps the tank pressurized. When that gas tank pressure is lost, the Check Engine light comes on. Usually, this means you reattached the gas cap crooked or did not tighten it down. Occasionally, it means you lost the gas cap altogether.

The problem may be something more complex: the oxygen…

read more
Categories:

If You Can Change Your Clothes, You Can Change Your Oil


Understanding the importance of getting an oil change is a simple as understanding why we change clothes. Once your clothes are soiled, it's important to change them in order to not be faced with consequences like feeling sticky, and smelling bad. You can't function at your best in dirty clothes, and your engine can't operate at peak performance with dirty oil.

The oil change of a vehicle is one of the most pivotal ways to keeping your car on the road. Simply put, an oil change makes sure to keep your engine running the same way drinking…
read more
Categories:

What Tires Will Work The Best For Your Car?


Is it time your vehicle got a change of tires? If the tread on your tires is worn down, they have cracks and bulges, or there is excessive vibration, you may want to pay us a visit here at Bolton Chrysler Jeep Dodge RAM to assess your tires and recommend a replacement. But with multiple types of tires to choose from, how do you know which kind your car needs?

Your tire needs may depend on what climates you regularly drive in. Most drivers may need All-Season Passenger tires for round-year protection in a variety of temperatures and weather climates…
read more
Categories:

SUVs: the Versatile Ride


If you like to go places, then an SUV is the vehicle to take you there. Not only is it good on gas, but it has ample room to fit everything that you need. It can also fit the whole family and tow anything extra with its powerful engine. An SUV can do it all and is still very stylish and luxurious.

Bolton Chrysler Jeep Dodge RAM has many SUVs to choose from and will probably make it hard to choose your favorite one, but you certainly will not be limited in your options. An SUV is a great choice…
read more
Categories:

Brakes Inspection and Repair: Why is it so Important?

Brakes are a crucial part of your car, and if they are not in prime condition, your safety during driving can be jeopardized as well as the safety of other drivers, and pedestrians.

The time for brakes inspection is about once every year. That is every 12,000 miles or the recommended mileage of the manufacturer. Along with that routine check-up, you should also be aware of the signs that tell you to have your car brakes inspected.

One of the easiest ways to tell that the brakes of your car need to be inspected is when the brake warning…

read more
Categories:

Car Care Equals Regular Maintenance


Car care equals regular maintenance. It's a simple answer to a complex problem. Vehicle owners who drive for years without regular maintenance will wonder what happened to their car -- why didn't it last longer? Was it a bad model or make? There may be excuses.

The truth is that regular maintenance can prevent the majority of problems car owners potentially face. Regular maintenance includes oil changes, battery inspections, tire checks and more. It's important to have a professional diagnose your vehicle for potential issues.

Our service center is open and ready to...
read more
Categories: